|The key of truth, a manual of the Paulician church of Armenia - Paulicians|
"List of works consulted": recto of last leaf
|Historia Paulicianorum orientalium [microform] : dissertatio, quam ad summos in theologia honores rite capessendos, inter solemnia millenaria religionis Christianæ in Dania primum promulgatæ, die XXVI Maji MDCCCXXVI, hora IX in auditorio Domus Regiæ - Schmidt, Frederik, 1771-1840|
Includes bibliographical references
Keywords: Paulicians; Heresies, Christian
|The Government and Administration of the Byzantine Empire - Charles Diehl|
This study, which appeared as Chapter 23 in Volume 4 of the Cambridge Medieval History (Cambridge, 1923), was written by the noted Byzantinist Charles Diehl and covers the period from the 4th through the 15th centuries. Topics in Chapter 23 ["The Government and Administration of the Byzantine Empire"] include: The Basileus; Limitations of imperial authority; The twofold hierarchy of rank and office; The ministers; Institution of the themes; The themes in the 10th century; Officials of the themes...
Keywords: History; Historical; Government; Administration; Medieval; Byzantine; Empire; Byzantium; Religious; Persecution; Christianity; Armenia; Armenians; Paulicians
|Usumnasirut'iwn Manik'ea-pawghikean t'onrakets'ineru aghandin ew Gr. Narekats'woy t'ughte [Research on the Manichaeo-Paulician Sect of the T'ondrakians and the Letter of Grigor of Narek] - Barsegh Sargisean|
The great philologist Barsegh Sargisean's Armenian-language study (Venice, 1893) of a fascinating medieval Armenian dissident movement which had religious, social, and military components. 139 pdf pages. Book digitized by Google and uploaded by user Robert Bedrosian.
Keywords: History; Historical; Church; Christianity; Dissident; Paulicians; Manichean; Manichaeism; Sects; Heretics; Armenia; Armenian
|Al-Abrik, Tephrike, the Capital of the Paulicians - Guy Le Strange|
This study, which appeared in the Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (1896) pp. 733-741, was written by the renowned Arabist and historical geographer Guy Le Strange (1854-1933). The author translates passages from Arab writers such as Mas'udi, Kudama, and Ibn Serapion to demonstrate that Al-Abrik was the same as the Byzantine Tephrike, center of the dissident Paulician movement of western historical Armenia in the 9th century...
Keywords: History; Historical; Geography; Christianity; Church; Sectarians; Dissidents; Armenia; Armenian; Paulicians; Asia Minor; Arabs; Islam
|From Nicephorus I to the Fall of the Phrygian Dynasty - Charles Diehl|
This study, which appeared as Chapter 2 in Volume 4 of the Cambridge Medieval History (Cambridge, 1923), was written by the noted Byzantinist Charles Diehl and covers the period from 802 to 866. Topics in Chapter 2 ["From Nicephorus I to the Fall of the Phrygian Dynasty"] include: Nicephorus I; Opposition of the monks; Michael I Rangabe; Leo V the Armenian; Theodore of Studion and the freedom of the Church; Murder of Leo V: accession of Michael the Amorian; Michael's tolerant policy; Theophilus:...
Keywords: History; Historical; Early Medieval; Byzantine; Empire; Byzantium; Iconoclasm; Religious; Persecution; Christianity; Arabs; Islam; Caliphate; Armenia; Armenians; Paulicians
|Christianity's Greatest Controversy - Prelude to Genocide|
Author: John Smith Archangel Publishing, Hoppers Crossing (Victoria, Australia), 2004, 335 pp.
Keywords: Abraham the Chaldean Magi; Prester John and East Christian Tradition; Christianized Magi Heretics in West Europe; Manichaeans - Paulicians - Bogomils; Catholicism and Crypto-Christianity
|Armenian Elements in the Beliefs of the Kizilbash Kurds - Matti Moosa|
This study appears as Chapter 38 in the book Extremist Shiites: the Ghulat Sects (Syracuse, 1988) pp. 432-447. Written by the eminent historian and Syriac scholar Dr. Matti Moosa, it describes the cultural and religious interaction between heterodox Christianity and heterodox Islam in parts of the Armenian Highlands and northern Mesopotamia. Download includes the book's full Bibliography (pp. 535-563)...
Keywords: Anthropology; Anthropological; Cultural; History; Historical; Heterodox; Christianity; Islam; Shiite; Shiism; Ali; Paulicians; Tondrakians; Religion; Religious; Armenia; Armenian; Kurds; Kurdish; Kurdistan; Zaza
|The Struggle with the Saracens, 717-1057 - E. W. Brooks, A. A. Vasil'ev|
These two articles, which appeared as Chapter 5 (parts A and B) in Volume 4 of the Cambridge Medieval History (Cambridge, 1923), were written by the Syriac scholar E. W. Brooks ("The Struggle with the Saracens, 717-867") and the Byzantinist A. A. Vasil'ev ("The Struggle with the Saracens, 867-1057"). These are well-documented, very readable descriptions of four hundred years of warfare and competition between the Byzantine Empire and the Caliphate for control of Asia Minor, a struggle which fata...
Keywords: History; Historical; Early Medieval; Byzantine; Empire; Byzantium; Religious; Persecution; Christianity; Arabs; Islam; Paulicians; Caliphate; Khazars; Armenia; Armenians; Turks; Melitene/Malatya; Marash; Cappadocia; Commagene; Cyprus; Cilicia; Spain; Sicily; Asia Minor; Imperialism; Warfare; Babak; Fatimids